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Pastors Not Princes: the 2014 Gonzaga Lectures in Glasgow

25 Feb 2014
The 2014 Gonzaga Lecture series at St Aloysius' College in Glasgow will be entitled Pastors Not Princes and will consider four perspectives of Pope Francis' Address to Nuncios. They will take place over four Tuesday evenings, 4 - 25 March 2014.

Communicators honour Jesuit missionary at World Congress

25 Feb 2014

A Jesuit hailed as an outstanding communicator is being honoured at the SIGNIS World Congress taking place in Rome this week.

Jesuits in South Africa publish reflections for Lent

25 Feb 2014

The Jesuit Institute in South Africa has published a book of reflections for Lent entitled 'A Revolution of the Spirit' in which South Africans’ experience of liberation are linked with upcoming elections and Pope Francis’ call for the Church to actively participate in political life.

Cardinal to ordain nine Jesuits as deacons

24 Feb 2014

Cardinal Vincent Nichols is to ordain nine Jesuits as deacons this Saturday in Westminster Cathedral

Jesuit Parishes Conference

20 Feb 2014

The variety of parishes served by the Jesuits in Britain could almost be considered a microcosm of the church in this country.

Pope Francis: One Year On

19 Feb 2014

Heythrop College to consider first year of Pope Francis' pontificate in one-day conference on 15 March 2014.

Old Aloysian to Give London Fashion Week a Tartan Twist

19 Feb 2014
Barbra Kolasinski, an artistic OA who is completing a Master’s degree in Fashion Design and Technology has been selected to present a fashion collection at Graduate Fashion Week in London and has highlighted the role St Aloysius' College played in finding her true calling.

Typhoon Haiyan: thanks for your generosity

18 Feb 2014

Bernie Aton from our partner agency in the Philippines gives us the latest news from the typhoon-devastated islands.

Jesuit brother honoured in China for Year of the Horse

05 Feb 2014

The Year of the Horse, which began on Sunday, is being celebrated in China with an exhibition of paintings by Giuseppe Castiglione, a Jesuit brother and painter who worked at the court of Emperor Qianlong for 51 years, and a film about his life.

Recital to boost funds for typhoon and earthquake survivors

04 Feb 2014

Communities affected by the Tohoku disaster in Japan in 2011 and last year's devastating Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines will benefit from a concert of Japanese and Western music at Farm Street Jesuit Church in London next month.

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